What Is PD Persuasion?
BY: CR JAMES
When it comes to learning about persuasion, in my opinion there's a lot of great
information out there.
When you think about it, it's pretty amazing to be able to say things a certain way that gets a person to make a certain decision (or behave a certain way)...
It's for that reason, I enjoy reading and collecting everything I could get my hands on in regards to mind control, persuasion, forbidden mind tactics, brain programming tactics, cult secrets, covert brain patterns, dark persuasion...
If you're like me, you love learning about this type of material...
But here's the deal...
One day I did a little experiment - in an effort to FLUSH OUT the slickest tactics ever...
To do this properly, you have to categorize information into two streams...
Basically, there are two types of information that I collect.
Info Stream #1: Books/reports/info on persuasion, neuroscience, cognitive decision making, hypnotic tactics, etc. At one point, I was reading close to one book a day - just on this subject.
Info Stream #2: (my favorite) Real stories of people being persuaded in an impressive way (whether it was something that happened to me, something that happened to someone else, something I did, or something someone else did).
And although this stuff is fascinating, I'm not interested in trying to control someone's mind or trying to make people do something they don't want to do.
So as far as the experiment to flush out the slickest tactics...
Well....when I started to look closely at the stuff that works best for me (and others) - and I'm talking about amazingly powerful stuff it was Info Stream #2: Real stories...(i.e. the stuff I've observed that worked).
Once I started examining the most powerful mind-hacking stuff, I realized it was NOT the covert hypnotic stuff that I expected.
Let's break it down...
Basically there are two common types of persuasion concepts....
Concept #1: Unconscious Influencers (hypnosis, conditioning tactics, etc.)
Concept #2: Psychological Triggers (scarcity, social proof, etc.)
Today, I want to share with you another persuasion concept that's insanely powerful and somewhat unique.
It's the missing link.
It's the 'golden thread' that ties everything together!
The origins of this 'process' date back over 15 years ago when I worked in sales.
Because I wasn't trained, I was forced to do things differently and to give an example of what I mean, I give a case study that sums everything up...
..and just in case it's not obvious, I'm releasing a new report (on this page) that discusses what I believe to be 'an evolved way of persuading' (based on all of the knowledge I've gathered throughout the years + the stuff that has worked consistently on me and other people)....so if you're interested, you probably want to know:
1) What makes it different than other stuff that's out there?
2) What will you be able to do with the information?
As far as the first question, it goes back the 'process' that dates back over 15 years ago when I worked as an auto service salesman....what I did (unknowingly) in my communication with customers was I placed a high level of emphasis on perception-based factors.
For example, if the customer wanted an oil change, he had the option of getting it done for $22 or getting the 5 Pack special that allowed him to get 5 oil changes for $56 (and they could use it on any car).
Whenever I explained it, about 60% - 70% of the time, the customer would end up getting it. I didn't realize this was a big deal until I discovered that the average salesperson
only signed up 5%.
Why was this so effective (by a wide-margin)?
- I wasn't using hypnotic language patterns.
- I wasn't using common sales techniques.
- I wasn't using commonly known 'psychological triggers' (ie. Social proof, scarcity, etc.)
By many standards, I was breaking the rules...
- I was appealing to the customer's logic and reasoning (conscious mind factors)
- I was appealing to their perceptions (of me, of the decision, of themselves)
....because that's how I make decisions.
You see, when I'm in the role of a "customer" and I'm interacting with a sales person, I'm analyzing whether I can trust him or not…is he (or she) just saying anything just to get the sale…is he interested in my needs….is he going to guide me towards 'what I told him I looking for' -- or -- is he just looking to sell me the 'thing' that pays him the highest commission?
Because of this, I just assumed that I was being evaluated like this.
As a result, I would treat them respectfully (as if I'm a helpful waiter who is there to serve them) + I would appeal to their desire to make a smart decision.
So if the customer just wanted low-cost tires, I respected that.
You see, there's a difference between being respectfully compassionate ...and... whispering in the guy's ear "You don't really want to put those shitty tires on your car with your two young kids in the backseat, do you?"
People Are Very Simple
They (We) just want:
To experience pleasure.
To avoid pain.
To have an advantage.
To make smart decisions.
To be treated with respect.
You see, whenever you logically break things down from the perspective of the other person, it makes it easier to respect their needs.
That has to be the (real) first step.
Instead of trying to make people do something, you're helping them get what they want.
Now It's Time To Go Beyond That
By Understanding Something
That Is Rarely Taught
Even though we covered a selling example, this is what POWERFUL persuasion (in general) is all about, whether it's:
To motivation yourself.
To help someone you care about make better decisions.
To help kids make better decisions.
To help family/friends avoid dumb decisions that creates pain/chaos.
Be more desirable to the person of the opposite sex.
My point: Perception Driven Persuasion Is One of The Most Powerful Ways To Persuade (by a wide margin).
How About We Break It Down (Piece By Piece)...
First of all, I've talked to two people recently who quit smoking using hypnosis. For that reason you always have to respect any process that has a track record. And hypnosis -- regardless about your feelings about it -- has a great track record.
However it has its limitations.
If it's extended beyond urge-management (or unconscious programming), it's not that effective on the front-end...
What do I mean by this?
What do I mean by the front-end?
For example, imagine a guy who keeps getting turned down by wife (to use a sexual example)...
Here's the background info: He doesn't have a job (and this has an affect on how his wife perceives him & the future) + he displays anti-seductive behaviors (and this has an affect on how his wife perceives him) + he currently has a bad 'step by step' strategy for getting her in the mood (and AGAIN ...this has an affect on how his wife perceives him) .
Well....those covert hypnotic-like tactics are not going to be
the best solution in a situation like that!
It's simple....because there are several variables at work - and each one translates into a specific/real way that she is currently
him - and each one needs to be managed.
In other words, if someone was going to give you a test on a 40 page book, it would be in your best interest to read the material (so that the info is inside of your brain) instead of hypnotizing yourself into believing you understand the contents.
Hypnotic-based tactics can still be effective at times, but after reading some of these courses you might walk away believing that the conscious mind only takes up this small 'peanut size' region of the brain.
- In reality, it's a little more than that.
- In reality, on a front-end level, you're making a decision based on conscious mind factors (sorting, comparing, analyzing the person's intentions,
how they are treating you, etc.)
You've probably read some of the same stuff I read. Some of it's great. Some of it's useful (in certain situations).
Sure we have a primitive brain.
Sure we love sex/pleasure.
That doesn't mean that you'll do whatever an attractive woman suggests.
It's kind of like the attractive woman who stops you in the mall and says "Buy this cake, you handsome stud. You know you want it. It's going to feel soooooo good to take a bite"...
Sure, you like women.
Sure, you like cake.
But....you also like the idea of not wanting to be framed as [have the perception of] a
guy who will do anything just because an attractive woman is suggesting something.
In other words, you're making a decision based on a perception-based factor.
Let's really put this in perspective....
For example, (and I've mentioned this before)...I've created many "diary entries" based on patterns of what consistently works to get my lovely lady inspired for adult activities.
A lot of this stuff is based on respecting: how she evaluates life, me, sex, the situation and herself.
You have to have the right beliefs/rules before you get started.
Some people believe that if they do the hypnotic stuff, or unconscious mind stuff, or the seduction stuff or the mind control stuff, then the other person doesn't have a choice. They're forced to do what you want.
The only problem is that it's not true.
In reality, people are thinking, evaluating, and making decisions.
You see, persuasion is an important skill to have - if you look at it as self-motivation, inspiring others, and improving how you communicate. It can be used to enhance your relationship, motivate your kids and assist family/friends with decision-based obstacles.
When it comes to most applications of persuasion, overall, I find perception-based strategies to be much better (by a wide margin)...
Let's talk about what you'll learn inside of Perception Driven Persuasion:
- You'll learn more about the 3 Persuasion Types
- The poor guy who BRILLIANTLY used perception-persuasion in reverse that (accidently) inspired his future wife to cheat on him (Note: She's a nice person with a loyal personality.)
- You'll see the 'colorful' Big Picture chart that makes it Super Easy to persuade someone to do something. (The idea is it's Super Easy to persuade someone when (1) the person doesn't realize what you're doing (2) when you're actually helping the person.
- You'll learn the 3 Persuasion Objectives.
- You'll also learn the 6 Persuasion Structures (along with an example of each). This is not like anything you've ever seen.
- You'll learn a technique that an elementary school kid did to subtly control his friend's behavior in a very impressive way. Wait until you see the exact similarity between the genius kid's evil tactic and how a woman was highly motivated to do something sexual to her husband without any work on his part.
Hint: It's the exact same structure/formula of the 'genius kid'.
- I went to school with this kid and I still run into him from time to time. Everyone thinks his "dumb". I might be the only person who thinks he's a genius. You're learn why.
- You're learn about a smooth tactic that works like a charm. Out of all of the techniques, this one you might recognize if you've purchased other reports from me - because it's one of the most talked about (and results getting) tactics for getting a woman to be more sexually aggressive.
Except this time, it's being explained as a non-seduction tactic - meaning you can use it for any purpose. (i.e. motivating a family member, building the confidence of a loved one, building positive character traits in children, etc.) (see Technique #3)
As you can see knowing the 'real secrets to persuasion' affects all areas of your life.
If you have any questions, let me know...
Perception Driven Persuasion
Covert Skills Of Mind Management
Instructor CR James
Sexual Relationship Strategist
Author of Super Seduction Power
P.S. I hope you get MAXIMUM use out of these techniques, tips and secrets.
I don't consider myself a persuasion expert or sales expert. In fact, I have no desire to be a persuasion expert. I created this because I like to pass on tools that enhance a person's relationship (which is what I'm passionate about). It just so happens that a lot of persuasion material "misses" some key points that work extremely well based on "a pattern" of what has worked consistently for me and others.
The bonus is that these "secrets" can be used in other areas of life that matter to you.
Technique #1: One of the best persuasion tactics you will ever use - except most people don't see it that way.
Technique #2: A sneaky way of getting someone to stop doing something (or stop behaving a certain way).
Technique #3: One of my favorite techniques because you can use it over and over again without the person realizing what you've done it.
Technique #4: ??????
Technique #5: ??????
Technique #6: So far this is one of the most unique way of creating a competitive mindset. A few people have told me that it's evil!
Technique #7: At it's core, this is the 'real distinction' between super persuaders and 'regular people' (No one talks about this.)
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